Inno3D revealed cooling for the upcoming GeForce GTX 1100 cards

Inno3D revealed cooling for the upcoming GeForce GTX 1100 cards

Do you remember the news that Nvidia’s partners have already started working on proprietary models of GeForce GTX 1100 cards? It seems that their efforts have already moved to the final stage of development, because Inno3D presented iChill. AIO water cooling for the upcoming GTX 1100 (or 2000? Who knows…).

Cooling saw the light of day in China, at an event in Bejing. It was there that a representative of Inno3d, a partner working exclusively with Nvidia, presented his idea for cooling down the upcoming GeForce GTX 1100 graphics cards. Of course, the presentations were preceded by a chat, which revealed equally important information. Although they couldn’t talk too much about the cards themselves, they confirmed that they would be released later this year. “And when exactly?” – you will ask. Well, according to one of the partners, already in August, which was officially confirmed by Nvidia with its GeForce Gaming Celebration.

The water cooling itself will have a similar design to the entire iChill series. Inno3D, however, departed from the gaming flair and opted for something rather minimalist. This does not mean, however, that there is no backlight on board – it will be present in the form of the name and logo of the manufacturer itself. It will take up two slots in the computer, and the tubes will run just above the two 8-pin power connectors. Such cooling will be intended for the most efficient models, and its debut will take place immediately after the official premiere organized by Nvidie.

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Source: Wccftech


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